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on the block and don't want to be in conflict with our neighbors and we're putting in tremendous time and effort and money to address neighbors' requests to the point that nothing we can do to make the project viable. if you can see the plans is not to build a luxury home, to indulge ourselves, but simply to be the family of two parents and four children, so we can grow as a family and raise our children in the family and maybe we can finally give our children the dog they wanted for so many years because as a renter, you cannot even have a pet. this has been an emotionally and financially draining process for us. i just hope and i trust the commissioners can judge our case by the facts, and assure us when we followed the requirements, followed the rules, followed the process, did everything that we could, that there is an end to this and there is a justice to the end. and the process is not being abused. thank you is all for me. thank you. i really appreciate you staying so late and taking this case. we have been waiting this for days. >> thank you. any other speakers in favor of th
good morning, derrick. >> reporter: don't let the quiet behind me fool you. there's electricity in the air here. take a look. got video of the past game day here at fedex field, and of course this game is one of the stored rivalries in the nfl. the skins coming in off a six-game winning streak and the cowboys coming off of a four-game winning streak. if the skins lose they could still go into the playoffs, and that is if the bears lose. and you might want to bring a blanket, because it's going to be nippy, and of course you will be warm with a lot of your friends. a lot of dallas friends in this town as well, and a lot of redskins to cheer them on. what better way to end the season than with the possibilities of going forward. we are live here at fedex field. back to you. >>> if you are headed to the game you will need a lot of luck staying warm as derrick mentioned. don't forget that stadium blanket. >> for that we go to team 4 meteorologist, kim martucci, and she tells us about the weather and the redskins game. >> we have the redskins forecast, and it will feel like the middl
that they don't want us to have tasers. i examined various recommendations and reports from across the country as to how to most prudently get less lethal options, responsibility in the hands of officers and if you look at the perpstudies and other outlets it was that they were not recommended that they go out wholesale to a police department for then you do see a spike or various officers go to that device first, verses using the other things. so, after we had the first thing that we did when i became chief was initiated a policy asking officers to basically slow down, to back up, call the super superviser to the scene and called the officers who have a greater expertise in dealing with people in crisis. and we have been very, successful over my time as chief in dealing with folks who are only a danger to themselves and this prescribed policy of slowing down and engaging has gotten the folks the help that they needed. unfortunately earlier this year there was a person in crisis who was not only a danger to himself but had harmed another person and we didn't have any option between our stick
would be happen i don't to follow up with mr. williams and any other representatives of twu on this issue. >> could you call 16. >> management transition discussion, this is an information item >> colleagues, as it was noted earlier, as you know we have our executive director who will be retiring from the agency at the end of this calendar year. just wanted to have a discussion as to what process we should follow in remaining a permanent new executive director and just note that as indicated earlier, under the administrative code that governors the county transportation authority, when there is a vacantcy in the position, the chief deputy steps in and informs the duties of the executive director, until such time until the board actually appoints a permanent replacement. once his retirement becomes effective, lombardo as chief deputy will slip in and assume the responsibilities after the executive director. so i am confident that as we figure out how to proceed in terms of finding a replacement that the work of the agency will continue and that miss lumbardo and her senior te
. i don't care what playoff game. when i look back, as an assistant or head coach, you go back and you think about the great experiences you had or the bad memories you have because you want to take advantage of these opportunities when they exist. they don't come around every day. >> kickoff at fedex field is at 8:20 tonight and a little side note. only three teams since 1990 have made the playoffs after starting season 3 or 6. the last team was the 1996 jaguars. we will have more on the skins- cowboys showdown later in sports and get the prediction. >>> the countdown to fiscal cliff is also in its final hours. they worked into the wee hours of this morning and expected to take up talks again later today. a live look now at the u.s. capitol where the house and senate will go back into a rare sunday session this afternoon. yesterday president obama used his weekly address to urge the senate to at least put together a basic package to protect americans from an income tax hike. >> we just can't afford a politically self-inflicted wound to our economy. >> today is a critical day. senate
suspect they don't want to use them because that would galvanize the exact international response they're trying to avoid. the don't want this type of mass blood-letting that will compel the international community to intervene much more assertively than it has. so i don't think they're going to use chemical weapons. the fear is, though, if the regime -- if the opposition gains the upper hand, if the regime is on its last legs will they want to go down in flames or will they want to launch a chemical attack against israel, for instance, desperately trying to turn a domestic conflict into an arab israeli war that will take the pressure off them for a little bit, coe aless the people around israel and soing for. that's the dooms day scenario. >> wonderful, thank you so much for being here. [applause] >> this event took place at the 17th annual book festival in austin, texas. for more information, visit i was working for general nick nicholson doing really cool things, supporting my country. maybe i should write a book. really? compared to ben wagner? really? compared to jacob salvi as an
person that must have suffered a break down. >> we just don't understand how somebody could have taken his life. i'm certain something happened. how somebody could take -- he was small in statute. 5 foot 4, 130 pounds, how threatening is that? >> family members say that police haven't shared any information with them about his death. the officers involved in the shooting are on paid administrative leave during the investigation. >>> this morning they are still trying to form a last minute compromise to avoid the fiscal cliff. >> the deal they're considering only kicks the cans down the road again. >> senate republican leader mitch mcconnel left the capitol tight lipped by smiling after working behind doors to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. he and harry reid are working on a scale down agreement that focuses on avoiding a middle class tax hike. the plan is to present it to the senate for a vote on sunday and then send it over to the house. house speaker john boehner was at the capitol but left with no comment. the democrats insist the wealthy pay more in taxes. >> the president's tax
extra attention to the bridges, overpasses and hilly areas. >> if you don't have to be on the road until later in the morning, hold back on your errands and give us a chance to work the roads. >> we checked with some local stores and people are getting ready, too. we're told customers have been stocking up on ice melt and shovels. >>> as the clock ticks down towards the fiscal cliff, president obama says he is hopeful to get a deal done soon. the president held talks today with congressional leaders at the white house this afternoon and afterwards said the meeting was constructive. fox's nicole collins has the details tonight. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner back in washington immediately heading to the white house for a late afternoon fiscal cliff meeting which brought the president and congressional leaders together for the first time since november, but it's unclear if it brought country any closer to avoiding the fiscal cliff. >> i'm modestly optimistic that an agreement can be achieved. nobody is going to get 100% of what they want, but let's make sure that middle class fam
draft language, i was a former city planner, i like to draft language, i don't know why. but something that i really hope that you could add to the contract agreement, the extension, and we want them to be there, but it is really a good period. you heard real estate tell you that usually a five-year contract, five-year renewable. i mean, they have proven themselves over five years. they have been responsive. it's eight years too long. would you please add this language? and i have copies for you and i've e-mailed them to you. which would limit the temporary fencing. thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> hi, i'm [speaker not understood], i'm the owner of loving cup. i own a small dessert shop in russian hill and i've been a vendor at outside land for the last two years. our involvement in outside lands is a great experience all around. it has given me the opportunity to really grow my business. aside from significantly increasing our revenue, having the presence of outside lands has allowed us to expose our brand to tens of thousands of people, from people in the city as
, why don't you offer them a job? -- model train them as they walked in, why don't you offer them eight -- monitoring and the them as they walked in, why don't you offer them a job? [applause] >> i will ask the professor to ask some specific questions. and then we will get to your questions in about eight or nine minutes. i will ask you to keep your response is brief. >> ok, you will have to bear with me. i am going to go off script for 30 seconds. there is a person in the audience, and i meant to mention her during my keynote. it is someone that you all should try to talk to during a break or during lunch because someone like her should be on this panel. one person missing. it is a public defender. this is someone who worked as a public defender for 19 years in los angeles. she is now director of legal services. now i'm going to embarrass her. her name is ellie miller. there she is. [applause] public defenders are legal ministers. you are. you are part of this picture. ok. i will go back to what i was supposed to be doing, forgive me. i am going to -- we have heard everybody's contribu
. >> the american people i don't think understand the house of representatives is operating without the house of representatives. it's being operated with a dictatorship of the speaker, not allowing the vast majority of the house of representatives to get what they want. >> reporter: and it's true the senate controlled by democrats is working this week, but they're not working on the fiscal cliff. and the house won't even be back to work until sunday, just two days before the year-end deadline. then there is also the milk fiscal cliff. have you heard of that one? if congress does not pass a new farm bill by january 1st, milk prices could nearly double some say to as much as about $7 a gallon. they have until the first to get that done or milk prices go up and with the fiscal cliff, massive tax increases and spending cuts. that's the latest here at the white house, back to you. >> thank you, sherri. >>> we've been getting responses to the cliff talks on our facebook page. that's where we asked you, what do you think about congress and the white house not reaching a deal on the fiscal cliff? do
in the storm's path, tried to stock up on supplies. >> i don't anticipate power going out. but it's always a possibility, too. >> reporter: in northern california, they were socked with a third storm in three days. dumping wet weather from the bay area through the sierras. delaying inbound flights at san francisco international and causing a landslide in oakland, almost crushing one driver to death. >> i heard this bounce directly off my roof. feel pretty lucky. >> reporter: and the snow started falling here in indianapolis just a short time ago. it's expected to continue falling late into the evening. from here, the storm moves to the busy northeast corridor late tonight into tomorrow morning. and where it's expected to create major travel delays there, as well. josh? >> thanks for that, alex. >>> we're going to turn to new details about that shocking christmas crime in upstate new york. a gunman who ambushed and killed two firefighters left behind a chilling note about his deadly plan. with more, abc's linsey davis is here with the latest. this is a tough one. >> reporter: it really is.
? >> i think that's the first thing they're going to try. i don't necessarily think it's enough going forward. i talked recently to some silicon valley volunteers for obama, technologyists as they like to call themselves, and they said it's hard to come to a party still catering for creationists. for people like us who are evidence and fact-based, it's just a matter of philosophy. >> i think this is maybe the first election where the latino vote really was a decisive, you know, in the margin of victory for the democrats. and there are folks who with political science looking at this who will say that latinos are really -- that republicans are leaving a lot of latino votes on the table because they're not participating in a comprehensive immigration reform, and i think that that's something that we're going to start to see change. yeah. >> and let me just add to that, too. you touched on it earlier, josh, this whole idea of the divide, the economic divide and the haves and the have-nots, and certainly, latino voters are part of the have-nots in many occasions. the occupy movement, whic
, designed to keep all the water to go off their businesses. they heap they won't have to. i don't think they will. acourting to doppler, the storm has moved on. >>> other bay area headlines. in vallejo, a car na police say was involved in a treat race hit a man in a crosswalk on broadway last night. that man who was in his 40s was sent flying 100 feet and is now in critical condition. the driver did not stop. investigators are now looking for a black nineties honda civic with front end damage. >>> and in campbell, firefighters spend several hours on a christmas morning fire, putting out that big blaze on dell avenue. at one point, 60 firefighters were on the line. nobody was hurt but a car was destroy the. >>> and another fire, this one at an ant. complex in menlo park let two people without a home. it started as a grease fire. two apartments were damage. no one was hurt. >>> glide memorial church is continuing a tradition. an entire football team stepped in to help this year. >> merry christmas. >> it's a san francisco tradition here at glide memorial. >> merry christmas. >> reporter:
? >> i don't believe that will make one additiodifferent. >> he may have violated the law. why lt. governor brian schatz has been tapped to fill the senate seat left vacant by the death of longtime democratic inouye. daniel anywain a inouye's purported choice was colleen. russia's upper chamber of parliament has approved a ban on u.s. citizens adopting russian children. the bill is before president vladimir putin has indicated he will sign it. it is seen as a rich ought to remove after president obama signed a law denying u.s. visas and bank accounts to russian officials linked to the death of imprisoned whistleblower sergei magnitsky. dakota native americans held a ceremony in minnesota on wednesday to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the largest mass execution in u.s. history. 38 dakota men were hanged simultaneously on december 26, 1862 in front of thousands of onlookers. they were condemned to death for crimes allegedly committed during a brief but bloody war with white settlers and soldiers. the executions were allowed by then president abraham lincoln, despite sparse evi
the holiday meal. it's a little busy. we don't want to distract them. let's show you the video. people in the community donated 400 hams that will be cooked this morning along with all of the other trimmings for the traditional christmas meal. in and helping them serve the meal will be coaches and members of the military team. >> for these guys to have the military team here, it's a real connection. >> reporter: this is just the first round of volunteers packing up these gift bags. this isn't even all of the scarfs and hats that they have. there is an entire truckload of bags like this outside waiting to be brought in. but the volunteers are still working on putting these gift bags together. again, 4,000 of them will go out to all of the 4,000 people expected to get a christmas meal. the navy football players in town for the caste bowl will help out the volunteers by cooking the christmas meals who come in today. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >> looks very busy. >>> netflix says many customers are still experiencing problems with its video streaming service.
. but republicans don't want to see new revenues, in other words democrat tax increases being used for new spending. >> in an unusual move republicans here on capitol hill called on the nation's number 2 democrat, biden, to help with the negotiations, this has at white house places a lot of the blame on the g.o.p. >> they say their biggest prierity is making sure we deal with the deficit but the way we are behaving their only priority is making sure that tax breaks are protected. >> reporter: if a deal is not reached the president wants the democratic-controlled senate to introduce legislation to keep tax cuts for $250,000 a year and keep unemployment benefits. now, the focus is is on the senate. -- focus is on the senate. if by a miracle they reach an agreement there is no certainty that it will be passed by the house. with each passing hour optimism is phasing. reporting live in washington. back to you, ann. >> i think a lot of us have been thinking really there was going to be a last-minute deal. sort of a play unfolding. that is too optimistic now? people are thinking it may not happen? >> rep
, a christmas wish you might say. >> hopefully they'll fix these levies that we don't have to go through this once again. >> reporter: truck loads of sandbags have been wheeled in throughout the night to be added to the levy. we have city crews, county crews, engineers, and volunteers, all on scene, helping to make this happen so that residents in this neighborhood can have a safe christmas where they will not have to worry about that levy. reporting live in east palo alto. >>> a beautiful break in the weather today, but more rain is on the way. >> brian? >> not a thing to be seen at this time but that will change about midday tomorrow. but there is good news with this storm, because that low is mostly up off the queen charlottes in british columbia and that energy is too far away to do nearly as much as it did yesterday. we expect a mostly cloudy start to the day on christmas. then rain will spread south, but it is not going to be as bad as yesterday. the forecast models put about a half inch of rain in this. it will be not nearly as windy as it was yesterday. all the details coming up
warm, dry, and well fed, and there's others who don't. here's my chance to give back a bit. >> obviously it makes you feel good. do you tell friends, hey, it makes me feel good, why don't you join? >> and have people from work, my wife and son are here as well. everyone should come down and do their part. >> thank you so much for doing that. let's continue to walk over here. ma'am, what time did you get here this morning? >> 6 a.m. >> how many years have you done this? >> this is actually my first year. >> what do you think? >> i've never carved a turkey before. >> are you like, get me out of here? >> [ laughter ] no, it's easy. >> how do you feel being here? i know this has been around for a long time. what compels you this time? >> i figured what's a better way to give back to the community. >> very smart lady. she has the san francisco giantt going on. we'll try to talk to some of the recipients. some of them have been shy but maybe some will say thank you to glide. i know they're busy this time of year but the money they collect leading up to thanksgiving and now, hopef
to the impacting area where the 25th avenue entrance is. i don't believe there are many businesses there that participate in the festival. and i'm not saying that they have to be. but i really think they ought to have a fair shot. i think you really ought to make the effort to incorporate as much of our local merchants as possible. pacific catch is in the sunset, but it's in the inner sunset, not the outer sunset, the area that tends to be forgotten when it comes to the benefits and really making sure that you do the out reach. so, i would definitely encourage you to do that. >> absolutely. and if you have a contact for the merchant association, if you could pass it along, that would be fantastic. >> great. and then to nick, then, just to follow-up on final questions. just remind me again in terms of the local hire. i want to thank supervisor mar for advocating for that. i think that's a great start. how many jobs did you say that would translate to? >> well, the commitments an annual job fair in the outer sunset and richmond. they are committed to having the two largest employers
ribs and bruises and don't match up with that story. >> a christmas morning shooting leaves one man dead in glen bernie. kim dacey joins us live with details. >> police said it happened around 6:00 a.m. yesterday when an intruder broke into the business on baltimore annapolis boulevard. and man was found shot to death in front of a place in glen bernie. they said the man broke into the store not knowing somebody was inside. that was the store's owner, jim butler. they got into an altercation inside the business and philip was eventually shot. philip eventually collapsed in the parking lot. he had been having difficulties with people breaking into the stores and this time he happened to be there when it happened. philip had a vast criminal record including theft and various drug offenses. so far no charges have been filed in this case. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> there were two separate christmas day shootings. what happened on druid park lake drive. officers found a male suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg. no word as to a suspect or a possible motive. there's a shooting in
homes and ann leak. repairs have been made and so far, so good. >> it is looking fine as long as we don't get any moreñv.iiq#6 precipitation. we assessing damage. >> residents say flooding happens all the time, city officials are aware and hope a public works project scheduled for the spring will fix things once and for all. >>> before we get to that project, we still have storms left to deal with, including one heading our way tomorrow, right mike? >>> [ inaudible ] good morning. let's look at cloud cover, live doppler 7 hd just picking up dry air right now. let's talk about the rainfall, 101% in livermore, 141% in san jose, san francisco 144, oakland 145, santa rosa 168% of average we are all running a surplus. mostly cloudy, that's what we have this morning. 40s, more sun through theee, afternoon, low to mid 50s, a lot of -- cooler you may need a heavier coat, low to mid 40s. light rain tomorrow,1,@Ñ sprinks in the morning, light rain afternoon and evening. a few showers lingering around saturday and dry for sure and sunny and a little warmer sunday. expecting we'll be following
families don't go up, unemployment insurance is available for two million people and lays ground work for additional deficit reduction and economic growth steps we can take in the new year, let's not miss this deadline that. is the bare minimum we should be able to get done. >> we've been looking at the cost of going over the fiscal cliff. we showed you aá](ny calculatoro help you estimate how much your taxes will go up. we'll take a look at how spending cuts will impact californians, in the bay area. >> mark, thank you. >> our other top story is the weather. another storm system hitting parts of the bay area, reservoirs are now at capacity because of the rain. >> here is a live look from our camera. looking north at the bay, and you can see there is cloud cover there. sandhya patel is tracking the storm's path on doppler 7 hd. >> i want to show you where sit raining now. not everyone is seeing moisture reaching the ground. as we take a look, you'll see where the moisture is actually reaching the ground. it's in the north bay. as we look from clover dale towards yu kaia, we're seeing
are already open at this old navy. i don't know maybe people are tired of shopping, sleeping in from christmas morning or they don't want to deal with the rain there are not huge crowds only huge deals. there is big deals on winter clothing, a common item we see up to 7'-- up to 75% today, sales on electronics. check out this -- there's --&mm] michael's craft stores today, 70% off throughout the store. children's place we found a pair of girls utility pants for one dollar. old navy open at 5:00 this morning, 75% off throughout the store. retailers are hoping to make up for what wasn't a great holiday season. their loss is your gain. the doors are open. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> tune in to "good morning america" at 7:00 this morning,-÷w a!ecky will hae more on biggest deals today. watch, drivers traveling i-80 face big delays. caltrans who to shutdown the road several times last night because of hazardous driving conditions, delays as long as two hours when the interstate reopened drivers had to follow to avoid skidding. >>> ben lomond is where many sandbags were needed you can see the wa
travelers. high winds would delay flights and they could get a few more inches. >>> bay area officials don't want you burning wood in your fire place. no spare the air is in effect. but there's concern that the pollution could be built up. >>> 7:19 now. the rain-soaked bay area will get a small break after a very stormy weekend but not for long. rosemary orozco will tell us when the rain is expected to return. >>> if you lost your home to foreclosure, you may be entitled to some money. the settlement that's been divvied up. >>> and here's a look at the macarthur maze. we'll tell you what the bay bridge toll plaza is looking like -- coming up. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news and "mornings on 2." it's now 7:21. pg&e is offering $550 million in the deadly san bruno explosion. the san francisco chronicle reports the money would pay for state regulatory charges. but the utility will not admit to safety breaches, fearing a criminal charge. so gust and consumer groups turned down the deal. eight people died. 38 homes were destroyed in the s&p 28th explosion -- september 28th e
one at penn center i don't and national harbor. >> i have sauteed this let that crisp up. this is a simple dish. i have eggs i have scrambled, just going to add a little bit of cheese to that. >> i love cheese in my scrambled eggs. >> stir this around a little bit. i have two sauces, we have a to to him tee -- a tom tee yo cream sauce and a spicy smoky sauce. >> i love that. >> we are going to let that sizzle up a little bit. the great thing about this dish is it has everything. the ham has been sort of carmelizeed in syrup so it is sweet. and it is salty. you have the spicy and you have crunch. so it is really a total package. >> okay. are you adding some other things to this? >> i have some cheese i'm adding right at the end. >> okay. >> i have a little bit of flat parsley and a little bit of cilantro. >> i love that. >> gives it a nice pop. >> this is already plated. that is with your rice. i usually get that with the shrimp. >> tonight we are adding scallops to it on our special menu. >> i like that and you have the peppers. >> the peco de gallo there. >> you can see
this greatsofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. >> catherine: there's word tonight that veteran actor jack klugman, has died. he died today in los angeles. klugman was probably best known for playing the sloppy sports writer oscar in the 19-70s sitcom the "odd couple". he also played a tough-minded medical examiner in quincy, m.e.," klugman lost his voice to throat cancer in the 1980s but trained himself to speak again. he was 90-years old. >> in national news. a police officer and a bystander were shot and killed in suburban houston this morning. it began when the officer made a traffic stop. the suspect drove away - and later began shooting from a parking lot. police say the man shot and killed a bystander, then fired at the officer who was killed. th
. >> it's all right. i don't mind the snow. i just -- we have been on the road since six. >> there were delays of at least two hours with chain controls extending further down the mountain. travel delays are likely today as well. >>> a family fight turns no a stabbing. a woman stabbed four in alameda. we are live where the crime happened just hours ago. >> reporter: four people, members of the same family were taken to the hospital here after they were stabbed by a relative and it happened inside one of the units this units. one of those victims was transported to the hospital. a sergeant on scene said this started as a fight between two sisters. the woman who lives in the apartment parenty started stabbing her sister over visiting at the time. three other family members were also stabbed trying to break up the fight between the two. one of those victims was a teen girl, 14. i have called police, nobody has been able to give me updated information on conditions of those four stabbing victims. a sergeant on scene last night said that the woman who carried out the stabbing has been taken
. does it off-camera. >> it's a song you don't want stuck in your head especial hi over will toll days on this chris -- especially over the holidays on christmas day. they showed off the horse riding skills from the viral dance and korean rapper psy galloped to youtube history with one billion view for his song and they're still counting. yesterday cnn ranked him eighth most intriguing person in the world. >> who's seven then? >> these are questions i can't answer but he's number eight. he made a lot of money off the one song. >> apparently just a big mansion in l. a.. >>> and now here's lawrence with the weather forecast. >> is it "gangnam style"? >> no, really. >> hey global christmas blessing from the vaticanty. the head of the roman catholic church delivered the annual christmas day message an hour ago. >> overnight the faithful packed st. peters basilica and he asked everyone to remember the essence of christmas rather than a commercial celebration. >>> and also overnight, thousands packed major square in bethlehem to celebrate in the town where jesus was born. the tourism ministr
on the coast. as these folks say. >> merry christmas. >> reporter: it's a good life. but we don't want to boast. [ dog barks ] >> reporter: in pacifica, jennifer mistrot, cbs 5. >> what did you get for the holidays that you didn't want? the ungrateful email. comment on facebook or twitter, or email us at mornings@cbs5.com. >> there's always one gift, right? >> that is true. but the great thing is to win the academy award for fainting. oh, just what i wanted! >>> a bay area family and giving. how the kindness of strangers helped save the family's injured dog. >> this is a very, very potentially poisonous material. >> cosmetic concerns. the warning about potentially bad botox. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ward. nurses dress up newborn babies in stockings every >>> hand made christmas stockings warm up a special delivery inside this maternity ward. take a look, how cute they are! nurses dressed up newborns in stockings every holiday season. this is at st. luke's hospital in missouri. the hospital says it creates a warm welcoming environment for families . that's one stocking stuffer! that would be a surprise
federal holiday scuttled some christmas vacations. >> i'm really upset. at this point, i don't know what can we do now? just wait. we've been here since 7:30 in the morning. my appointment was at 9. >> reporter: stranded an christmas eve. it was the same story for dozens who were supposed to pick up pass ports today. some had confirmation numbers. >> extremely frustrating and disappointing that i'm not going to be able to see them, not for my wife's birthday or my daughter for christmas. >> reporter: the passport agency was supposed to be open today, but in a last-minute decision on friday, the president declared christmas eve a federal hold. federal workers had complained that he should show some holiday cheer since they had not had a salary increase since 2009. >> do you expect someone to come out here now? >> no. i respect that the president wants to give people a vacation. i just wish they would plan it a little bit. >> reporter: for jeffrey, it's not just an inconvenience. he was hoping to see his mother- in-law in germany before her open heart surgery. most gave up. but for a hand
doubled. >> here it is, grateful, many of them are strangers. some donated $500 someone we don't know. >> reporter: within four days the site had racked up $3,300. enough for doctors to go ahead with the surgery just days before christmas. >> shasta, knock it off! >> reporter: the andersons are still trying to raise the last $1,300 on giveforward.com but shasta is recovering. >> we're just grateful that there's people out there willing to give to a puppy. >> reporter: and that they say is priceless. in antioch, christin ayers, cbs 5. >> that dog is up and about, too. >> i know. it's amazing the generosity of strangers. >> and it is not cheap. i mean, obviously it takes a lot of money so good for them. >>> 6:14. time to check traffic and weather. here's elizabeth with that. >> thanks, guys. we had a heavier rain cell move overcast cast. an accident there eastbound 580 approaching eden canyon. sounds like it was just cleared to the right-hand shoulder but yeah, the roads are slick in that spot and chp thinks that accident was weather-related. obviously weather-related this closure in so
>>> one of these secrets you don't have to keep inside anymore. >> speaking out. the victim of sexual abuse in the boy scouts reacts to the files the boy scouts kept hidden that are now reveal. >> more secret files accused of troop abuse come to light. including dozens from the bay area. one man's story of what happened to him during boy scout camp. >> reporter: we're talking about 1200 secret files obtained by "the l.a. times." we dug through the data, and found at least 88 files involving troop leaders right here in this region from santa cruz all the way up to fort bragg. each one detailing allegations of sexual abuse. josh solomon showed us the boy scout uniform he wore. merit badges for learning how to canoe, and cook. each also memories of abuse. >> hard to separate everything out there. >> reporter: one patch marks the camp where it happened. between 1982 and 1983. he says the scout leader would invite solomon into his tent, and sexually molest him. >> he was a leader. you sort of made sure you were doing things his way. he was really gruff. you wanted his approval. >
of these secrets you don't have to keep inside anymore. >> speaking out. the victim of sexual abuse in the boy scouts reacts to the files the boy scouts kept hidden that are now reveal. >> more secret files accused of troop abuse come to light. including dozens from the bay area. one man's story of what happened to him during boy scout camp. >> reporter: we're talking about 1200 secret files obtained by "the l.a. times." we dug through the data, and found at least 88 files involving troop leaders right here in this region from santa cruz all the way up to fort bragg. each one detailing allegations of sexual abuse. josh solomon showed us the boy scout uniform he wore. merit badges for learning how to canoe, and cook. each also memories of abuse. >> hard to separate everything out there. >> reporter: one patch marks the camp where it happened. between 1982 and 1983. he says the scout leader would invite solomon into his tent, and sexually molest him. >> he was a leader. you sort of made sure you were doing things his way. he was really gruff. you wanted his approval. >> reporter: solomon kept si
to lose if they don't win, but a surefire way, just win next week here at fedex field against dallas. >>> time is running out for christmas shopping and the redskins push to the playoffs. there were payouts for both today. >> fox 5's karen gray houston is live with the story. loud out there, karen. >> reporter: hey, if you have been procrastinating, you can still shop here, macy's open 24 hours. some of the other anchor stores here at tysons open until 11:00 tonight. check these folks out over here. these folks are all shopped out and some other shoppers or a redskins high. at the tysons center mall mostly shoppers were here to shop. but on game day when the stakes are high, redskins fans do not want to miss out on the action. >> my wife and i are really big rg3 fans and they held on, a nice big sense of relief when that intentional grounding call came at the end. >> reporter: at norton's american grill a 27-21 over the eagles was like going to heaven. how did rg3 do? >> he did well. he threw for two touchdowns and an interception wasn't bad, right? >> there's a difference with thi
and cable cars will be free untilfive a-m tomorrow. if you don't have any plans for new year's. >> they are offering extended until 3:00 a.m.. there will also be offering additional trains in and out of san francisco to accommodate new year's eve crowds. also, muni will be free. caltran will be offering free service with the extended hours and there will be for extra trains out of san francisco. there will be 4 extra trains --, also, with free between 11:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m., and extended service on the broadway shuttle. this shuttle will run from 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on the year's eve. there will also be offering extended service on in several routes. if you are planning on driving keep in mind that between 11:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. along the embarcadero there will be long traffic delays because of the fireworks near the ferry building. charles clifford, kron 4. >> tonight at 6:00 p.m. we are going to be taking a look at what is happening across the bay area. >> jacqueline: we have not seen much rainfall but returns on the radar. it is a bit too dry and we will start to see that roll
to an undisclosed number of homes. she has gone through this before. >> what are you going to do -- i mean, we don't know how long the water will be out or anything. >> we have bottled water. >> the rain has stopped where we are here now in sonoma county. they are keeping an eye on creeks creeks and streams because of possible flooding and also because the ground is so saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc7 news. >> thomas, thank you so much. >>> people heading back from their christmas tbat rigs are dealing with slick roads. here is a shot from our golden gate bridge camera. the number of road incidents including accidents reported tonight by the chp has nearly doubled from a typical weekend night. the chp is reminding all of us to slow down on wet roads roads and leave more space between your car and the vehicle in front of you. >>> in east alto people are holding their breath hoping the rain won't bring a repeat of monday. that's when seven homes were evacuated because of flooding. city crews worked into the wee hours this morning placin
this before. >> what are you going to do -- i mean, we don't know how long the water will be out or anything. >> we have bottled water. >> the rain has stopped where we are here now in sonoma county. they are keeping an eye on creeks creeks and streams because of possible flooding and also because the ground is so saturated they are concerned about trees falling over and mudslides. live in sonoma county, abc7 news. >> thomas, thank you so much. >>> people heading back from their christmas tbat rigs are dealing with slick roads. here is a shot from our golden gate bridge camera. the number of road incidents including accidents reported tonight by the chp has nearly doubled from a typical weekend night. the chp is reminding all of us to slow down on wet roads roads and leave more space between your car and the vehicle in front of you. >>> in east palo alto people are holding their breath hoping the rain won't bring a repeat of monday. that's when seven homes were evacuated because of flooding. city crews worked into the wee hours this morning placing sandbags along the leaky levy. here is the
surprised. >> it's something i don't think about happening. >> i think that it's very sad. it's such a shame. i really feel bad for him and his family. >> reporter: others say it's the chance you take sporting in the sierra. >> i skied right past it so you know that's what the best mountain was the best terrain. but are there risks? >> accidents happen, you never know when something is going to go wrong, when someone is going to go missing. >> reporter: the danger isn't over the sierra avalanche center says there's a big chance skiers and snow borders would trigger more avalanches in the coming days. claire doan. >>> a member of the alpines meadow professional ski patrol is missing after been caught in an avalanche. it was triggered by another member of the ski patrol. the blast turned out to be greater than expected and a patroller was buried in the falling snow. he was recovered a short time later and air lifted to the hospital. the area tonight has been closed off to the public. >>> authorities have released the name of the dui suspect accused of killing a grandmother in a hit-and-run cr
her. and then took off. her attorney says the charges don't match her clients character. >> sot pam herzig never been in trouble before and a quarter short of graduating from college, there are things family going through that prob has a lot to do with the full picture of how everything happened the way that it did. >> reporter: while she did not elaborate on those circumstances, the attorney did add that eunce is studying to become a police officer. the judge set her bail at 2- million dollars. if she posts it. she must wear a scram device - which makes sure she does not drink alcohol and is not allowed to drive. her family and friends offered no comment. the victims son told kron 4. how devestating this loss is. >> from tuesday i had the perfect family a perfect family, a perfect mother now, everything is gone . if >> reporter: district attorney george gascon says.drinking and driving is unexacceptable. >> the impact that this is having on the entire family is horrible we are very concerned about the use of alc and driving especially during the holiday season. >> reporter: eunice
. in fact, we don't have a delay at all. >>> 6:01 >>> new this morning from the north bay a suspected drunk driver has been missing for hours. cbs 5 reporter in ma rain county where an operation continues along corto madeira creek. good morning. >> officers and firefighters have suspended their search for the man who jumped into the ice say cold waters. they is a they're going to wait until daylight hours to get better visibility. the original search started around 1:00 this morning. officers tried to pull over the man on suspicion of drunk driving. during the investigation, the man jumped out of his car and ran a few blocks away. the suspect jumped a fence into a creek. officers say they tried to follow the man and tried to persuade him to get out. they called in multiple agencies to try and save the suspect. >> with the swift-moving water, we're concerned he could have gotten caught up in something or possibly have drowned. so we're very concerned for his safety. we hope he's okay. we currently have a swift water rescue boat from the fire department out going up creek and trying to locate
. >> he is irreplaceable. you just don't find people like that. >> thursday morning, they received a 911 call early thursday morning, police responded to a 9-11 call at the diablo pointe appartments in walnut creek. when they arrived, police say they were forced to shoot banta. beyond that. no explaination as to why officers had to open fire. >> i do not know what happened that night. >> reporter: in a written statement, the banta family says quote our thoughts and prayers are with the peace officers who pulled their triggers and their families. may they find peace and god bless. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. >>> another arrest has been made in connection to a deadly home invasion that took place in monte sereno. you are looking at video from sky 7 hd that shows the scene of the crime. sacramento police arrested de-angelo austin on suspicion of murder yesterday. he is the fourth person arrested in connection with the murder of 66 year old silicon valley venture capitolist - ravee kumra. the break in also left kumra's wife injured. investigators working the case say th
>>> and we leave you today with a superhuman fete. don't try it on your holiday vacation. >> look at these guys go. somehow they manage to (male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>> it's gonna be cold tonight at eight. the last saturday of 2012 -- and boy is it going to be a cold one! i'm here with brian at the weather center. a lot of people want to know how things will look this snow system has gone towards southern california for tonight. we do have some arctic air from the north that is going to make for a cold night and chilly days for the next couple of days. the futurecast, showing the pink and purple. 20's, 30's. the coldest inland east bay, north bay how cold it is going to get for tonight. >> it took two hours and more than 100 fire fighters to knock down a three alarm fire in san francisco this morning. three buildings at 20-third and capp streets in the mission district of san francisco were heavily damaged. the fire department says it started just after 9-30. some 35 people are displaced. including two children. there were no inj
was also issued a ticket and all of the coronas had to be opened and don't. this is the head stone placed on top of the crypt where the three bodies were incident. it was dated back to 1930. >> they tried to break into all three of them but they only got the one on the wide open. -- right >> this driver for got the note testing lot. in the process she forgot to hold on to the steering wheel. she remembered for a brief second and then forgot again. you are looking at video of three men not dumping furniture and oakland in broad daylight. it is to 55 in the afternoon. these dogs are playing in the water at pine lake located absurd road intemperances go. normally dog sledding in the water would not be an issue accept this lake does not allow dogs and the water. in fact, there is one dog area where dogs are allowed to be off the leash but for some reason dog owners would rather be here. this person was doing 80 and a 65 but when the officer tried to pull them over... exit the freeway >> need i say more? >> no they were dumping asses out of the window -- ashes >> you should have had enough tim
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